PLTA Recognized by Pennsylvania Senate

PLTA Recognized by Pennsylvania Senate
The Pennsylvania Land Title Association (PLTA) received a special citation from the Senate of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania commemorating the association’s 100 years of advocating for its members.
“Receiving this recognition from our government officials is such an honor,” said PLTA President Todd Rowe CLTP. “It further recognizes the important role our members play in facilitating successful real estate closings in the Commonwealth.”
The special citation was signed by its sponsor, Sen. John I. Kane, as well as Sen. Jake Corman, president pro tempore of the Senate.
It reads in part: “PLTA members are experts in the real estate transfer process; they conduct title searches, examinations, and closings and issue title insurance that protects real property owners and lenders against losses from defects in title … The PLTA has been serving its members and customers with care and integrity for the past 100 years …”
Founded in 1921, the PLTA celebrated its 100th anniversary in the fall of last year in Philadelphia, the birthplace of title insurance.
Source: blog.alta.org